"Your" wealth came about due, as much as anything to the broader wealth of our country, much from the sacrifice of many previous generations. Some was through entrepreneurs, some was through deep sacrifice. Each generation is called upon to do something to better the country as a whole.
Our father's generation sent over 14 million of its sons [10% of its population] to fight wars]. The previous generation sacrificed as the country rebuilt from a devastating depression, with everyone pitching in to help everyone else in every way possible.
"Your" wealth, much like my wealth is fully hinged on the accomplishments and sacrifices of those who came before us and the decisions they made to make OUR lives better and to make OUR path easier. We have some of those decisions also. We are here for just a brief moment in time. Our decisions, good and bad stay long after we are gone. The ability for everyone to have reasonable healthcare seems to me to be one of those good decisions. Whether I pay X% taxes or X+1% taxes is not particularly relevant in the big picture.
The same benefits of history accrue to all of us. My current estate is due to my own efforts (and failings!) as a sedimentation upon that which was laid down in prior epochs.
If I work my a$$ off and maintain little more than economic mediocrity, does that mean you, who through inheritance or luck or hard work have amassed great wealth, are obligated to divest yourself of a proportionate share of your wealth ... to my needs? Who defines my needs: Me or you?
To extort from you that which is yours, for the benefit of the less fortunate, is to enslave the producers for the benefit of the consumer. That is sin.
On the other hand, if you, of your own free will and initiative, wish to provide from your wealth to the benefit of others, that is your virtue, won of freedom, nurtured by your labor.
No greater accolade could be bestowed upon you than that you gave your life for your brother. No greater sin could be perpetrated than to force you to live for the benefit of another.